Tim Maughan's Infinite Detail: a debut sf novel about counterculture, resistance, and the post-internet apocalypse

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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/03/04/gnu-slash-apocalypse.html

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I find that I’m less inclined to want to read a post-apocalyptic tale now that I am living in one.

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After ten years without IP, the corporations still haven’t figured out how to manage a supply chain? How did their grandparents survive?

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Possible minor typo, just FYI:

Think you mean “architect of

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Yeah, the Victorians couldn’t possibly have run a global empire and trading system just relying on couriers carrying bits of paper now, could they?

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I’ll see your couriers carrying bits of paper, and raise you archives of incised-and-baked clay tablets.

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Possibly there’s a bio-warfare caused shortage of cleft sticks?

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Thank you, fixed!

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